Granted it’s not for everyone, but if you’re a designer who likes to experiment with CSS then I hope I can provide a little inspiration that’ll push you further.
Ready for Prime Time
You might consider books an old fashioned way of learning, you might have learned your existing HTML and CSS through blogs and online courses which is absolutely fine. A book however, whether physical or electronic, is a package containing the knowledge you wish to have. It will always be there for you to chip away at and you can easily monitor your progress, making notes and adding bookmarks. The book route has always been my first port of call as it’s an investment, I have bought this book and now I intend to get my money’s worth! We will talk about online courses later.
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I wholeheartedly recommend signing up to CodePen, getting your hands dirty with even the most basic examples will help solidify the topics being discussed in your books.
Codecademy is free and I certainly found the additional tuition helpful.
A Path Well-Travelled
- I purchased two books, a primer and a more in-depth reference book.
- I used CodePen to practice exercises while reading both books.